← Micro Words Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a a particle consisting of DNA encased in a protein coat that must inject its DNA into a living cell in order to reproduce. A microbe that consists of nucleic acid enclosed within a protein shell that requires a living cell in order to reproduce. Scientists consider the virus to be not alive.
- b a short hair-like appendage used by microorganisms for motion.
- c an animal that carries and transmits a disease.
- d unicellular protist that lives in freshwater characterized by a reddish eyespot and a single flagellum
- e a whip-like structure on unicellular organisms that aids with movement.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a toxic chemical that causes damage to an organism's DNA.
- the application of knowledge, skills, and methods to meet the needs and wants of people in society; can include artifacts or hardware, methodology or technique, system of production, or social-technical system.
- any organism or near life form that cannot be seen with the naked eye.
- an infectious disease that can be transmitted or spread from one organism to another.
- an extension of the cytoplasm used for movement in some organisms. A means of locomotion for an amoeba; literally, "false foot."
5 True/False Questions
Pathogen → a toxic chemical that causes damage to an organism's DNA.
Epidemic → a short hair-like appendage used by microorganisms for motion.
Pesticide → chemicals designed to destroy unwanted pests
Infectious disease → any disease that is caused by a pathogen.
Vacuole → any preparation used as a preventive inoculation to confer immunity against a specific disease, usually employing an innocuous form of the disease agent, as killed or weakened bacteria or viruses, to stimulate antibody production.